The deconstructed adventures of Bellwyn, a most uncommon witch. For all you accidental nonconformists in the making.
About Bellwyn, Danzing says: “She lives mostly in her head. Bellwyn’s oblivious to everything around her most of the time. The first time I saw her, she was flying straight into the face of a mountainside. Luckily, I managed to divert her just in time. She barely noticed.”
Baylor agrees: “She was like that when I first saw her too. In the village. She was carrying a stack of books, not paying attention to where she was walking at all. At least she didn’t seem to be paying attention. There must have been some part of her that was aware of what was going on because she managed to rescue a small child who had tumbled into the street right in front of a horse and cart. Bellwyn levitated the child out of harm’s way without even looking at the child.”
Danzing: “I too have often seen her use magic like that. Unaware. Almost as if she were sleepwalking.”
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About the Author
A recipient of a Glass Woman Prize, J.A. Pak's writing has appeared in a variety of publications, including Atticus Review, Art/Life, Everyday Genius, Identity Theory, Kartika Review, Quarterly West, Split Quarterly, The Smoking Poet, and The Subterranean Journal. She also blogs about: Food [ http://notjuliachild.blogspot.com/ ] TV [ http://tvkitty.blogspot.com/ ] And can be found at Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5112575.J_A_Pak